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Numerical studies of compressibility effects in rotating imploding liquid liners
D. L. Book
|Series||NRL memorandum report -- 3699|
|Contributions||Turchi, P. J, Naval Research Laboratory (U.S.). Plasma Physics Division|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 51 p. :|
|Number of Pages||51|
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T'urchi et al. / Stabilized imploding liner research compression of magnetic flux will be by: 3. Hence, compressibility effects within the viscoelastic regime may become important and influence resulting flow phenomena. From a physical perspective, the difference between incompressible and compressible flows lies in the propagation of longitudinal acoustic waves transmitted through the by: Ohmic diffusion in a rotating incompressible liner.
The liner motion is calculated from applied surface pressure and body forces, and a self-sustaining cycle is defined by the liner returning to its initial position.
The effects of compressibility on the results are dis-cussed by using a. In the large-eddy simulation of variable-density flows, these processes manifest themselves as subgrid-scale (SGS) terms that interact with the resolved-scale flow.
This paper studies the effect of the variable-density SGS terms and quantifies their relative by: 6. Numerical results are obtained for a prescribed model radial trajectory and presented as a function of the compression ratio and Reynolds number. Analytical treatment The liquid liner is assumed to undergo a flow in the r, 4 plane corresponding to the motion of an infinite hollow cylinder which is imploding while rotating about its by: 1.
swell ﬂow are presented and discussed. To study the effects of compressibility, two alternative equations of state, a linear and an exponential one, are used. A linear equation of state has been employed in previous numerical studies of the compressible extrudate swell ﬂow (Beverly and Tanner ; Georgiou ), by.
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